Cadillac Expects Big Things from Vsport XTS

As much as 15% of XTS sales to be Vsport

Aug 28 2013, 12:30pm CDT | by

Cadillac Expects Big Things from Vsport XTS

GM has announced that it is expecting the Vsport version of its XTS to capture a significant portion of sales for the vehicle. GM expects 10 to 15% of buyers to opt for the Vsport version of the XTS. The car features a twin turbo 3.6 L V6 engine and a six speed automatic transmission.

The car is currently available in dealerships in GM sold 17,624 XTS sedans in July. The Vsport version of the car produces 410 hp and 369 foot-pound of torque. The naturally aspirated version produces 305 hp and 264 foot-pound of torque.

GM also says that the sport version of the X TS can reach 60 mph in under 5 seconds. The XTS Vsport has a special grille, Brembo brakes, and other special features. Starting price for the Vsport is $63,020.

 
 
 

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